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21:42 Jun 11, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: welcome back
welcome back sara
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naAl hamdu lilaahee a’la assalaamaati ya SaraRaghad
naمَرحباً بعودتك ياسارةFuad Yahya


  

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مَرحباً بعودتك ياسارة


Explanation:
Pronounced: MARHABAN BI’OWDATIKI YA SARA.

That’s pretty formal. If you wish to have an informal expression, you will need to tell us your target Arabic dialect.

In Arabia, we say, HAYYALLAH MIN RAJA’ or HAYYALLAH MIN ‘AD, but I would not try to say that in Syria or Lebanon, because the expression would have a very different meaning.

Fuad



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Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 7167

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AhmedAMS
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Al hamdu lilaahee a’la assalaamaati ya Sara


Explanation:
I don’t think anyone could add anything after Fuad, though I would like to suggest:
Al hamdu lilaahee a’la assalaamaati ya Sara
الحمد لله على السلامة يا سارة
(to say it informally:
elahhmdilah a’la esaalaameeh ya Sara
or:
elahhmdilah a’la esaalaamah ya Sara)
This term is usually used when you welcome someone who returns home safely (from a journey, trip, hospital…)


Raghad
Local time: 13:56
PRO pts in pair: 160

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